We are considered a nation of animal lovers, and as a country we spend thousands of pounds each year on their care. We pay out for vet’s visits, training and diets, but do we love our animals enough to listen to them? Through animal communication you can learn to do this. You can talk to the animals and ask them their opinions. Animal communication is a very natural connection.

Many years ago animals were considered as lesser beings, purely for our pleasure or profit, and completely devoid of feelings or emotions. Thankfully that barbaric attitude has changed somewhat and yet they are still brutally tortured in the name of science or the food industry, so perhaps things have not changed so very much!

They are our equals, our brothers and sisters that coexist on the planet with us. Earth is not ours merely our home, it is the animals’ home too and they respect it far more than we do.

When we borrow an item from a friend don’t we return it in the same condition in which we received it in? Surely the same should be said for our planet? It is not ours, we are its guardians, and as its custodians we should be protecting and nurturing it and everyone on it, including the animals. They have great gifts to share with us.

One of my dogs refused to come back at the end of a walk no matter what I did. When I started to learn animal communication I simply told her how annoying it was. If she still refused to come when the walk was over then she wasn’t going to go out again! Thankfully she listened, but in order for our partnership to really flourish I’ve had to listen to her needs too.

Animals are good for you! Science has proved that just the act of stroking a pet can reduce our blood pressure. We have invented animal therapy, guide dogs for the blind, deaf and disabled, just to mention a few ways the animals help us. These are great gifts, but they do have far more to offer.

Our emotions are lifted by our dogs’ greetings, by the sound of bird song and the breath- taking sight of a buzzard mastering the skies. We are aware of the animals and a deep fascination is developing, but what about their thoughts and feelings? What do they require of us?

Animal communication is being taken seriously by many people now, but there should be more of us listening to our animals and valuing the lessons they have come here to teach us. Through animal communication you too can learn how to talk with your animals, and your life will be enriched by these amazing creatures’ answers

‘Ask the beasts and they shall teach ye.’ Job Twelve. Verse Seven.